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Structural and electronic properties of InN nanowire network grown by vapor-liquid-solid method
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Growth of InN nanowires have been carried out on quartz substrates at different temperatures by vapor-liquid-solid
(VLS) technique using different thicknesses of Au catalyst layer. It has been found that a narrow window of Au layer thickness and growth temperature leads to multi-nucleation, in which each site acts as the origin of several nanowires. In this multi-nucleation regime, several tens of micrometer long wires with diameter as small as 20 nm are found to grow along
direction (a-plane) to form a dense network. Structural and electronic properties of these wires are studied. As grown
nanowires show degenerate n-type behavior. Furthermore, x-ray photoemission study reveals an accumulation of electrons on the surface of these nanowires. Interestingly, the wire network shows persistence of photoconductivity for several hours after switching off the photoexcitation.
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